FAA-Accepted Repairs vs. DER Repairs. What’s the Difference?


FAA-Accepted Repairs vs. DER Repairs. What's the Difference? What happens when a part fails? The history of FAA repairs. How do FAA-accepted and DER repairs differ? The Federal Aviation Administration has an especially important responsibility to the public. Not only do its regulations protect the 2 million daily American airline ... Read More
November 27, 2018Tammy Smith
Customer Survey Highlights


2015 Customer Survey Highlights - We undervalued AOG - Industry and Supplier Awards was least important when compared to our employees’ view - Flexibility in adapting to the changing needs of the airline/OEM was very important   Great companies know their customers. They look for trends and opinions among their customer base to determine the ... Read More
November 7, 2016Tammy Smith
Guide: What Are Airline Repair Station Ratings and Classes? - Aereos ACP Atlas Aerospace


Choosing the Repair Station for Your Needs How To Match Ratings and Classes to Your Parts It’s important that you choose the correct repair station with the proper expertise for each part that needs to be repaired. This can be a confusing process since repair stations offer different areas of expertise. The ... Read More
August 3, 2016Tammy Smith
DER Repair


DERs write the playbook on some of the most expensive parts in the aerospace world. Airplanes, like cars, trucks or motorcycles, have many parts that fail. Repairs are needed. There's something unique about the world of airplane parts. It starts with cost. Some parts on an airplane can cost $40,000 to replace, ... Read More
June 6, 2016Tammy Smith